Both father Constantijn and son Christiaan Huygens studied at Leiden University. Trace their footsteps in Leiden at the exhibition ‘Huygens in Leiden’, in honour of Huygens Year 2013.
The Science Faculty library acquired another year of Springer e-book titles.
IWA-base available now.
What do you think of our libraries, the (digital) collections, services and the library staff? The Leiden University Libraries (UBL) would like to know!
The exhibition 'J.M.H. van de Sande’s Bibliotheca Pharmacia - Een wandeling door de geschiedenis van de farmacie' has been extended to 15 January 2013.
All Leiden University libraries are closed on 19 and 20 May 2013, due to Whitsun.
Wednesday, 19 december 2012 limited opening hours and limites access for the Library of Mathematics and Computer Science
Video recording and interview with Prof. Brian Schmidt (2011 Nobel Prize winner for Physics).
Leiden University Library has expanded her subscription to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses - Abstracts & Index with full-text access.
The Chicago Manual of Style online (CMS) is a style guide for American English published since 1906 by the University of Chicago Presss.
ISRN is a division of Hindawi Publishing Corporation, a open access scholarly publisher with over 300 academic journals.
Starting Monday 20 August we will apply our normal opening hours again: the University Library and the Law Library will be open til late on weekdays and on Sundays throughout most of the academic year. The libraries' opening hours are different from regular hours over summer.
Leiden University Library had temporarily expanded her subscription to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses - Abstracts & Index to full-text access .
The 'Open Choice'-agreement that was made between Springer and all Dutch universities has been terminated.
Starting this week it is possible to restrict searches in the Catalogue to books and other material available in Leiden University Libraries.
Film shooting in Gorlaeus library for virtual librarytour.
New in the collection: eBooks of Cambridge University Press!
The final phase of this move back in the Snellius building will take place in week 41 and 42.
The books are placed on the Ground Floor of the Snellius Building in room B3 and the journals in B4.
Due to expansion of the Lorentz Center on the 2nd floor of the Snellius building the set-up of the Mathematics and Computer Science library will change in some way.
Before using SciFinder you first need to register.